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The Black River Safari is home to many Jamaican crocodiles, as well as interesting flora. You will observe the crocodiles in their natural environment, while the experienced handlers interact with them.
On your Black River Safari tour Jamaica cruise you will travel to the South Coast of Jamaica and experience the island’s wetland area. Prepare to embark on a 90 minute motor boat ride through Jamaica’s biggest navigable river.
On your 6 mile journey up and down the river, your boat guide will educate you about the safari’s ecosystem. You will learn about some of the bird species living there (over 100) freshwater fish as well as the endangered American Crocodile, who inhabits the swamp and are spotted quite frequently.
The flora of the safari is quite intriguing as well, with thatch palms, three species of mangroves, royal palms and fresh water foliage as well.
So if you are seeking a trip that will strike a perfect balance of history and ecology while keeping you thoroughly entertained, then the Black River Safari Jamaica is the adventure you are seeking.
Cancel this tour 7 or more days before the tour date and you will receive a 100 percent refund
Any cancellations done after 7 days before the date of your tour will be NON-REFUNDABLE
We will transfer you to the Black River Crocodile Safari Jamaica in St. Elizabeth, where you will receive a guided tour of the river and the safari via motorized boat.
Your driver/guide will ensure you are able to purchase your ticket and gain entry with ease, and take you back to your accommodation. After your tour you can go have lunch, go to another tour or head back home.
You will be picked up at your accommodation anywhere in Jamaica and transferred to and from the Jamaica Black River Safari tour in St. Elizabeth.
Spend around 2 ½ hours to 3 hours on the boat ride of the swamp, as well as the miniature zoo they have on the property.
After your tour ends, your driver can take you to have lunch, to other tours if you opt into them, or head back to your accommodation.
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